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A Meditation on Matthew 9:27-31 for Friday of the 1st Week of Advent

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:18 min | 2 d ago

A Meditation on Matthew 9:27-31 for Friday of the 1st Week of Advent

"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Matthew, chapter 9 versus 27 through 31. As Jesus went on his way, two blind men followed him shouting. Take pity on a son of David. And when Jesus reached the house, the blind men came up with him, and he said to them, do you believe I can do this? They said, sir? We do. Then he touched their eyes, saying your faith deserves it, so let this be done for you. And their sight returned. Then Jesus sternly warned them, take care that no one learns about this. But when they had gone, they talked about him all over the countryside. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you?

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Onewheel RECALL?- #letusride

Parts Counter Gurus Podcast

04:57 min | 2 d ago

Onewheel RECALL?- #letusride

"Over there and side shot is in the building. Side challenge. We're on the road. And I had him, I had him talking into the mic. And he's like, I didn't know what to say. So, okay, you can stop now. So I said, do the ABC's backwards. And he's still working on it. Showtime. That's a tough one. That is good brain exercise. So make sure you try it. That's good practice for when you're 21. No, it's actually, wait. No, no, no. We're not doing that. No, no, no, no, no, no. Don't go there. No, that's counting backwards. And we don't want that to happen, right? D.C.. BA, I did it. All right. Congratulations. And welcome in. You passed the test to be on the podcast today. Thank you, sir. Side shot, welcome in. You are our youngest guru. We always love having you on. And typically when you are on, that means that you guys are in some sort of undisclosed location. Our view is break. We are renting a condo, the blue angels are done for, I think the rest of the week, they were flying this morning. I think so, because it's holiday. We're coming up on ah, that's right. I saw I saw that actually I saw it on the news. There's been a lot of flyover for holiday. That'd be nice, yeah. How to fry a turtle. Fly over. Yeah. They get time off too, right? They're on vacation too. Sure, they do. Unless they're active duty, like in foreign land somewhere, sometimes they'll have some food, but they're on duty always, man. So thank you guys for in guys and gals and uniform for serving God bless you. Hope you guys have a wonderful holiday season coming up and we support everything you guys are doing. So thanks very much. Wait a second. What? Field sobriety test dot org. What are you looking at? Always getting ready. See what you challenged him to learn, learn a backwards, man. Now touch your nose, touch your nose. All right. There you go. That's pretty funny. Actually pulling up our stuff and it's on my iPad. Can we put a link? Can we put a link? Can we put a link to the podcast link up for a field sobriety test? Anyway, don't go there. We'll talk about that later. So wow, so you're there, you've got a little bit of echo going on. We know just trying to kind of preface this a little bit. So you're not in your normal studio. So you're on location. So, you know, you have some challenges from time to time. Podcasting from the kitchen is a challenge, yeah, yeah, yeah. So you just acquired something new, didn't you keep? Little rider, something there? I brought, yeah, it's here. Do you have it with you? So, yeah. Have you been writing? It's heavy. Yes, too. So now when you guys are writing this thing, do you wear your helmet? Oh yeah, so you're talking about a OneWheel. And. There is this whole class of personal transport vehicles that is out now. And I actually learned this from Disney because I had to look up the rules at the Disney campground to see what was allowed. Segues. Is it PT? Is it PTV or PEV? It falls under either personal transport vehicle or plugin electric vehicle or personal electric vehicle. And one wheel, a segue, electric kick scooter, the ones that we've podcasted on where you see a lot of people like renting. Same class, basically. So I got a OneWheel for my birthday. And can you rent this? They are. Can you rent these? I don't think so. Probably not, unless somebody bought a lot of them and it's just going to melt. A lot of those and a lot of insurance. Anybody. Yeah. Yeah, so they're dangerous, of course. And there is risk involved. But some of it, just like anything else, Jay, it just completely depends on. When you learn to ride a bicycle, you probably started with training wheels, or at the very least you started with your feet on the ground, and you weren't going 15 miles an hour,

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Onewheel RECALL - #letusride

Parts Counter Gurus Podcast

04:47 min | 2 d ago

Onewheel RECALL - #letusride

"Hey, coming up on today's podcast. We have a recall, a safety recall on a device called a OneWheel. Do you know what a OneWheel is? Well, we just happen to have side shot on hand. It's going to explain that to us. Along with, we've got a little racing coming back to the Nashville fairgrounds, and if you don't know about that, we're going to tell you all about it. We got some chin edition, F one 50 lightning sema build talk. The next gen Prius is out. We're going to tell you what it is and what it isn't. How fast is that new lucid sapphire? Get off your money. You might want to buy one. It's going to be cool. And did you know that Twitter has movies now? All that, coming up on the days podcast right after this. Hey everybody, welcome into the podcast. The counter show with my good friend Keith over there and side shot is in the building. Side challenge. We're on the road. And I had him, I had him talking into the mic. And he's like, I didn't know what to say. So, okay, you can stop now. So I said, do the ABC's backwards. And he's still working on it. Showtime. That's a tough one. That is good brain exercise. So make sure you try it. That's good practice for when you're 21. No, it's actually, wait. No, no, no. We're not doing that. No, no, no, no, no, no. Don't go there. No, that's counting backwards. And we don't want that to happen, right? D.C.. BA, I did it. All right. Congratulations. And welcome in. You passed the test to be on the podcast today. Thank you, sir. Side shot, welcome in. You are our youngest guru. We always love having you on. And typically when you are on, that means that you guys are in some sort of undisclosed location. Our view is break. We are renting a condo, the blue angels are done for, I think the rest of the week, they were flying this morning. I think so, because it's holiday. We're coming up on ah, that's right. I saw I saw that actually I saw it on the news. There's been a lot of flyover for holiday. That'd be nice, yeah. How to fry a turtle. Fly over. Yeah. They get time off too, right? They're on vacation too. Sure, they do. Unless they're active duty, like in foreign land somewhere, sometimes they'll have some food, but they're on duty always, man. So thank you guys for in guys and gals and uniform for serving God bless you. Hope you guys have a wonderful holiday season coming up and we support everything you guys are doing. So thanks very much. Wait a second. What? Field sobriety test dot org. What are you looking at? Always getting ready. See what you challenged him to learn, learn a backwards, man. Now touch your nose, touch your nose. All right. There you go. That's pretty funny. Actually pulling up our stuff and it's on my iPad. Can we put a link? Can we put a link? Can we put a link to the podcast link up for a field sobriety test? Anyway, don't go there. We'll talk about that later. So wow, so you're there, you've got a little bit of echo going on. We know just trying to kind of preface this a little bit. So you're not in your normal studio. So you're on location. So, you know, you have some challenges from time to time. Podcasting from the kitchen is a challenge, yeah, yeah, yeah. So you just acquired something new, didn't you keep? Little rider, something there? I brought, yeah, it's here. Do you have it with you? So, yeah. Have you been writing? It's heavy. Yes, too. So now when you guys are writing this thing, do you wear your helmet?

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A Mediation on Matthew 8:5-11 for Monday of the 1st Week of Advent

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:35 min | 6 d ago

A Mediation on Matthew 8:5-11 for Monday of the 1st Week of Advent

"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Matthew, chapter 8 versus 5 through 11. When Jesus went into capernaum, a centurion came up and pleaded with him. Sir, he said, my servant is lying at home paralyzed and in great pain. I will come myself in cure him, said Jesus. A centurion replied. Sir, I am not worthy to have you under my roof. Just give the word in my servant will be cured. For I am under authority myself and have soldiers under me, and I say to one man, go, and he goes to another, come here, and he comes. To my servant, do this, and he does it. When Jesus heard this he was astonished and said to those following him, I tell you solemnly, nowhere in Israel have I found faith like this, and I tell you that many will come from east and west to take their places with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob at the feast in the Kingdom of Heaven. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you?

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The Progressive Case for Bitcoin With Jason Maier

The Breakdown

01:45 min | 6 d ago

The Progressive Case for Bitcoin With Jason Maier

"All right, Jason, welcome to the breakdown. How are you doing, sir? Great. Thank you for having me. I'm looking forward to it. Yeah, me too. I mean, so this is a topic that I think more and more people are talking about it. I think it's super important. I think one of the strengths of Bitcoin is its nonpartisan nature, or it's maybe a better way to put it as a distraction to lots of different types of people for lots of different types of reasons. And I'm glad that people are starting to have that discussion. So I'm really looking forward to the conversation, but before we dive into the substantive things, tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do and how you got interested in Bitcoin in the first place. Yeah, it's a great question. So I am a math teacher. I teach at a private boarding school I teach high school math and I do a little bit of computer science also. And that was sort of the passion of what I wanted to do since I was a little kid. And in a lot of ways, I was living the dream, just teaching math and interacting with students and having a lot of fun. A buddy of mine got me into Bitcoin. He was just like, hey, what are you doing with your stimulus check? And you should go buy some Bitcoin with it. Of course I'd heard about Bitcoin. I had sort of my own false start years before. But as soon as that happened, I said, okay, I'll think about it, and I bought $20 worth of Bitcoin and I proceeded to just dive in. I said, well, now I'm in, I need to learn more about it. And of course, like many other people, the more you learn, the more you want to learn. So that's sort of the introduction, just a good friend of mine, who's the smartest person that I know, and also the weirdest person that I know is like, you should be buying Bitcoin. And I just started with that like $20 purchase. And it's just gone from there. So I went into the rabbit hole. I really approached it originally from a math and computer science angle. I want to know what kind of problems this is solving. And how it works. You know, I got hooked. I got a conviction for it from there.

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Gen. Don Bolduc (Ret.) Discusses New Hampshire Politics

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 6 d ago

Gen. Don Bolduc (Ret.) Discusses New Hampshire Politics

"The granite state general Don bulldog. Welcome back to America first. Well, hello, sir. How are you? And I hope you listen as well. Yeah, we're preparing for Thanksgiving. We're having debates as to which is the best pie I can't decide between apple pie and pecan pie, but we've got bigger issues to discuss today. So I love the granite state I spent every summer there and offered my winters as well. I'm so sad the old man of the mountain fell off the mountain above franconia, more than a decade ago, but will you help us understand because we still can't work out the fetterman success in Pennsylvania, pennsylvanians, what have you done? Can you tell us what happened to you and what the people of New Hampshire did? Well, I think basically what happened was, you know, $56 million spent by senator Hanson on lies. And the lives were targeted based off of abortion, social security and Medicare. I saw them doing that across the nation. Marilyn's 8 by ten, people getting them every day, you know, she did for every one of my commercials, she did 5. And the money playing out the lies, I think, had a lot to do with it. It's fear. It's uncertainty. It created that in the younger generation, created that amongst women in the elderly, and then the fact that the Democrats do very well here in New Hampshire by taking advantage of same day voter registration and mail in balloting.

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Bitcoin Gas Flare Mining With Matt Lohstroh

The Breakdown

01:59 min | Last week

Bitcoin Gas Flare Mining With Matt Lohstroh

"All right, Matt, welcome to the breakdown. How are you doing, sir? Doing well. Thanks for having me. Yeah, no, I'm super excited. I was just mentioning to you. I was asking a few trusted friends who they thought would be good to come talk and about Bitcoin and mining and your name came up a bunch, so I'm really excited to have you here. For those who might not be familiar with you and your work, I would love to just get a little bit of your background and how you got into Bitcoin and how you started this particular company that you're working with now. Yeah, so I got into Bitcoin back in 2016, just looking around in the space, stumble across upon it, fell in love with the instantaneously just because it went very well with my personality. I got into the whole altcoins and throughout 2017 and then by 2018 I was a full maxi and by 2019 started the business gig energy. Amazing. And so tell us a little bit about Giga and I think I'm going to try to extract a little bit of one O one about the space that you're in, but just for people who don't know what is Giga do. Yeah, so we extinguish natural gas flares on oil and gas locations through Bitcoin mining with our modular solutions as well as our natural gas generators. For people who aren't familiar with this space, what is the one O one on gas flare mining? How did it come about? How early were you guys relative to others in the space? How mature is it now? Because this is something I feel like indexes higher in conversation in some ways, like a lot of people talk about it, but you guys are actually doing it. So for people who haven't spent much time with it, I'd love to just kind of get the background. Yeah, so we were the second guys to do this in Texas back in 2019. Why I'm referring to when I talk about a natural gas flare. The oil and gas industry is called oil and gas for a reason. When you drill a well, you don't get to decide what comes out of the ground. Both liquids come out of ground. So the gas is in a gaseous form and the oils and liquid form. The oil is extremely powered and it's going to be trucked off location. The natural gas, however, is not super portable, so it needs to go via a pipeline.

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Graham Krizek Talks Voltage, Lightning and His Crypto Journey

The Breakdown

01:39 min | Last week

Graham Krizek Talks Voltage, Lightning and His Crypto Journey

"All right, Graham, welcome to the breakdown, sir. How are you doing? Great, how are you doing? Good. I'm very excited to have you here. We were talking just a little bit about how lightning is this fascinating thing because even for a lot of bitcoiners who sort of have a vague broad kind of ideas about what lightning is or why it's exciting. They're not necessarily kind of clued into what's going on in the moment. And so I thought it'd be really fun to have you on to talk with about what you're doing and also kind of lightning more broadly, but let's start by just introducing you so how did you get into the Bitcoin space? How did you get into lightning and then what is voltage and what are you working on? Yeah, for sure. It sounds sounds great. I'd love to chat about that stuff. So my name's Graham cruise, I'm founder and CEO of voltage. What voltage is is where a Bitcoin infrastructure provider. So we help companies. They want to adopt Bitcoin in their technology or what they're doing. And then we also are very focused on the lightning network side of things. So when people are trying to incorporate the lighting network into whatever they're building application services exchanges, whatever it is, we really help them understand the technology, teach them how to use it, and then also provide tools and services to make that integration and that adoption, much easier, faster than having to start from scratch over and over again. You know, my Bitcoin journey started about 2012 and I've just worked kind of in the traditional infrastructure space for since then, or since about the same time, and then one day I just really realized there's this big gap in infrastructure robust infrastructure services for Bitcoin and lightning. You know, I just took it upon myself to kind of create voltage as a project and then it just kind of evolved from there and a company and just that snowball that never stopped. Amazing. One was voltage founded. We launched in October of 2020, so almost two years ago,

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Subang Parade Celebrates Football Fever

ACN Newswire

03:37 min | Last week

Subang Parade Celebrates Football Fever

"1 p.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Subban parade celebrates football fever. Kuala Lumpur, November 24th, 2022 ACN newswire subban parade, a flagship property owned by Hector REIT, is pleased to announce the kick-off of the 2022 football fever to celebrate the football season this morning. Executive director and chief corporate officer of Hector asset management, the manager of Hector real estate investment trust pew and zarina haleem and YB Michel in May Z ADU and suboccipital Malaysian footballer from petaling Jaya city football team subban parade shopping mall. To celebrate the 2022 football season, subban parade has lined up a host of family friendly activities at LG, east and concourse from November 26th to December 11th, which includes shoot for glory, football, juggling performance, football skills, workshop, and three versus three food sale contests for children aged 700 to 12 years. The media launch event on November 24th was officiated by subang Jaya state assemblywoman YB Michel in Maisie, executive director amp chief corporate officer of Hector asset management. The manager of Hector real estate investment trust pew and zarina haleem and attended by professional football player sir van pilley, pew and zarina helene Sid, quote this is a great opportunity for families to come together for some fun and games as the yearend school holidays begin. Subban parade is a community centered mall, and in lying with our focus on the social aspects of environmental, social app governance ESG, our priority remains to provide a great retail experience and promote wholesome activities that encourage engagement amp physical well-being of our community. This also aligns with our commitment to United Nations sustainable development goal three on good health and well-being. Chevron said, quote this football fever is a good platform to promote football not just as a game, but as a sport for healthy living among children. It tap is also about teaching them healthy competition and the meaning of teamwork and at the same time, picking up skills on how to kick the ball, pass the ball and play as a team dot quote among the activities lined up is the shoot for glory challenge, and which shoppers can win lucrative prizes by shooting balls into target goals. The pool of prizes is worth more than RM ten zero zero zero, which includes a 70 inch LG four K TV, Samsung S 22, Apple watch SE and 5 consolation prizes throughout the campaign period. There will be a special football jiggling performance, football clinics catered for kids and adults, as well as a juggling contest every weekend from 7 p.m. 9 p.m., the highlight is the three versus three food style contest on the tenth and the 11th of December 2022, held at the LG, east and concourse. This food style contest is open to children in two categories 7 to 9 and ten to 12 years old. The competition has received overwhelming response and at least 24 teams are competing for each age category. Terms and conditions apply for all the football activities mentioned above, subban parade HTTPS WWW dot supere dot com, why copyright 2022 ACN news wire. All rights reserved. WWW dot AC and newswire dot com.

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Author Paul Kengor on New Book 'The Devil and Bella Dodd'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:20 min | Last week

Author Paul Kengor on New Book 'The Devil and Bella Dodd'

"Is Paul kangor. He's been on this program before. He is a professor at grove city college poli sci, professor Paul kinger, welcome. Erik it is always good to be with you. Thank you very much for having me back. Well, it's our pleasure. You have a new book out with a provocative title. It's called the devil and Bella dod. One woman struggle against communism and her redemption, brand new book, the devil and bellad by Paul kangor. What is this book about, sir? Yeah, I'll tell you, she ought to be somebody that everybody knows about. And it went at one point, Eric, she was. In fact, at one point in the 1950s, she would have been one of the top one or two. I mean, other than maybe Elizabeth Bentley probably the most famous female ex communist in America. She went on to boldly testify before Congress before the Senate, multiple times about how she infiltrated education and all kinds of other different things for the Communist Party. But in the 1930s and 1940s, she was a leading a leading female communist and she described her battle to extricate herself from the communist movement as quite literally a battle with the devil himself.

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Trump Spiritual Adviser Says 'He's Like an Elementary Schoolchild'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump Spiritual Adviser Says 'He's Like an Elementary Schoolchild'

"Trump standing at the end of the table, he's got Franklin. All of mine are well behind. Ben Carson lime and I put Sam in Rodrigo's dinner by. He said he was scared of the same man. I said, good. I'm gonna put him right in front of your nose, and I did. And Donald Trump stands up and he says James. And Carson said he wouldn't endorse me. You know why we're here? Endorsement, let's talk to you. Tell him talk to you in our games. Do you remember that? I told Ben, I don't talk to anybody 15 minutes. He said, James, how long did we talk two hours? I said, no, sir, we talked an hour and a half. And I might add that so long as you've been quiet, your entire life. Hey, he died laughing and everybody else did. The man started calling him on his cell phone. And then he started asking me to call him him and for 5 years he took every single column. Sometimes two or three a day. You say, well, what were they? Many times they were encouraging. As he told Rick Perry said he just started to preach it. And he said, and then he just prays, Rick. He said, it's amazing. He said, you never want anything. Make sure to think he does. He wants God's will. He called me for marine one to tell me that he was sitting there having that conversation with Trump. Okay, he heard you can always heed. Everything you wanted him to hear. Every single thing you have a prayed for him to hear. Came through these lips, got straight into his face. And with the same force you've heard me talking to you, I spoke it to him. Sir, you act like a little element for school, child, and you shoot yourself in the foot every morning when you get up and open your mouth. The more you keep your mouth closed, the more successful you're gonna be. You say, well, that didn't work very well, did it?

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NY Times: FBI Had Informants in Proud Boys, Court Papers Suggest

The Dan Bongino Show

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

NY Times: FBI Had Informants in Proud Boys, Court Papers Suggest

"The New York Times tweeted out yes sir New York Times by the way I'm not talking about the blaze or breitbart or bongino dot com The New York Times which is interesting because we were told this was a conspiracy Definitely a conspiracy theory They tweeted out the FBI had as many as 8 informants inside the Proud Boys in the months around the January 6th capitol attack recent court papers indicate they do Wow 'cause I was told that was a crazed conspiracy theory The New York Times notes raising questions about how much federal investigators were able to learn from them before and after it took place You know I'm going to talk about this more after the break but it's days like today do you ever say to yourself listening to this program as my grandmother used to call radius at the program You ever say to yourself it's incredible that the New York slimes right These people have millions upon millions of dollars to go dig up news that you knew about a year ago Do you ever say that to yourself

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Ukraine troops prepare to reclaim city abandoned by Russians

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ukraine troops prepare to reclaim city abandoned by Russians

"As Russia relinquishes its final foothold on cursing a Ukrainian regional official says he's heard that there's Russians who've remained Sir hi clan says officials understand some part of the Russian state change close and could not cross over and they're now scattered around the city of kerson along the right bank of the nipro The number of these people he says is not precise He adds then they had dressed in civilian clothes and were possibly preparing some provocations in the city Ukrainian intelligence has posted a Russian language statement on social media urging Russian troops if any were left in person to surrender because Ukrainian forces are entering the city I'm Charles De Ledesma

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The Way to Truth and Beauty

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

The Way to Truth and Beauty

"Therefore, the only avenue to hope for this country is to persuade more people. With regard to what is true and good and decent. And that's it. And that is what some of our lives are dedicated to. Making the case for truth and beauty and happiness. And that judeo Christian value system is rooted in the ten commandments. Correct, sir. Correct. There is no other answer. My dear dear listeners. There is no other answer. We must explain what is happening. We must explain America. And we must change minds. If we don't change minds, we lose our country.

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Why Are You Still Wearing a Mask?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:58 min | Last month

Why Are You Still Wearing a Mask?

"Now, did you ever stop and wonder why did the editors of The Wall Street Journal mock? These scenarios and the editors of The New York Times find them compelling serious and frightening. For the same reason that I assume when I see somebody walking in the street as I did today, my dear producer driving into the studio today. In Glendale, California, a suburb, if you will, of Los Angeles. Big city. Anyway, I saw a man crossing the street, middle aged man. Wearing a mask, and it's the clone type, is that the K 95? So he really can't breathe. N95. N95, yeah. Yeah, K 95. This just shows how much I take this stuff seriously. Anyway, N95. The man was walking alone, there was no one not only no one near him, there was no one else. He was the only person I could see in the street. And he was wearing a mask. Early in the morning. So my question is, by the way, I want you to know, if I could do it, I would have said to him, sir, can I interview you for a $100? Here's a $100 bill for your time. That is how much I would have loved to have had him on the show. Or even interview him privately. So why would I ask him? Interesting question, right? What would I ask? I would ask him the obvious why are you wearing a mask? Outdoors and a load.

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Liberal Caller Tries to Defend Stacey Abrams by Lying

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | Last month

Liberal Caller Tries to Defend Stacey Abrams by Lying

"She has she did not say that she wasn't going to have the backs of the police people. She just said that she wanted them to be able to watch and take care of black people as well because the more there is more higher percentage of black men, especially that have been shot dead by policemen. Are you listening to are you listening to a different show than do you think did you call the right show? Are you calling the Mike Gallagher show? Yes, I've called him my Gallagher show. You said you heard you heard the clip that I just played. That's what you said she didn't say that a 107 sheriffs want to take black people off the streets? Listen to me, sir. You know, as well as I do, that there is a great seriousness around black men, especially that is being shot by police. Fair enough. Did you hear station fair enough? And I'm not arguing. I'm not arguing with you, Raymond Raymond. Hold on, I'm not arguing that point. I'm asking. But you didn't answer my question. Did you hear her say that she that Georgia has a 107 sheriffs that want to take black men off the streets? That's not what she said and that's not what that's not. That's literally what she said. Are you kidding me? You want me to do that? Will you play it for Raymond, please guys play 11 because obviously you're having a reception issue. Hold on. Hold on. We're not in any hurry.

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Dr. Jeff Myers and Eric Discuss Faith Making Science Possible

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:14 min | Last month

Dr. Jeff Myers and Eric Discuss Faith Making Science Possible

"Of Robert Boyle, the founder of modern chemistry, that kid could have turned out to be a trust fund baby. I mean, he grew up in this 20,000 ft² castle that had been built by king John, his father had purchased it from sir Walter Raleigh. And he said, now I'm not going to live that way. I have all the money that I could ever need, but I'm not going to live that way. In fact, he wrote a book called the Christian virtuoso how to be an experimental philosopher that was his word for scientist. And be one who glorifies God and loves Jesus at the same time. These people did not see a conflict between their science and faith. In fact, it was their faith that made their science possible. And Boyle invented, I always forget that the branch of science that he invented, but these are as seminal as it gets. I mean, without these folks, there is no science. Modern science was invented by profound men of Christian faith. We need to know that. We need to say it over and over and over again to those people who would lie and distort the truth and claim somehow that faith is at odds with science. That's not even close to true. That's what I kind of find so funny, Jeff, is that it's the very opposite

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How Is President Trump Doing? He Tells Us

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

How Is President Trump Doing? He Tells Us

"I did a list on our newsmax show on everything they've tried to do to you from the Billy Bush tapes to impeachment one impeachment to the Mueller probe, the January 6th committee, letitia James and so forth. I know we have 3 million listeners plus our viewers. They are concerned for you for the former First Lady Melania. How are you doing sir and talk to us about the latest developments in Nancy's witch hunt? So I think it's, I think we're doing very well. People do say, how do you do this? How do you do it? Like we have Peekaboo James, you know, the attorney general, New York, who's controlled by Washington. But Peekaboo James comes out with I built this great company, and they said, took advantage of banks. I didn't take advantage. The banks were never missed a day of interest. My company has very little debt. It has tremendous cash. It's got a tremendous amount of cash. I built a great company. Some of the best assets in the world real estate assets in the world. And I got to go through this with this corrupt attorney general who, by the way, is so weak on crime that New York City sets records in New York State records on murders and all and drugs. I mean, the drugs are all over the place. And she's somebody said, oh, how much did the banks lose? I said nothing. What do you mean nothing? Nothing. Actually, they get paid off early in some cases. You know, there was nothing. And I have very little banks because I've heard a little debt. I mean, she, they manufacture stuff. They do whatever they can. These are very corrupt people. And if you don't think they're dealing with Washington, this is state and local.

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"sir " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"sir " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Sir, remember Lesley Stahl, when Trump accurately said on 60 minutes that the Hunter Biden laptop was real, Lesley Stahl from 60 minutes. This is 60 minutes sir. We can't broadcast that. You would see that now. If we hadn't semi honest media, even a shred of dignity. Ah, ma'am, you got to stop. This is the view. That's just not true. That's not true. You've tweeted the other day about zero emails. That's just factually incorrect. Jim Comey at the FBI no friend of the conservative movement already gave a speech indicating that you had hundreds if not thousands that were classified at the time and then later classmates. It's just inaccurate. Where's Leslie? Where is Leslie? Leslie, Leslie bat signal, where are you? This is 60 minutes so we're 60 minutes discrediting this. Answer is nowhere. Their lips are surgically attached to misses Clinton's ass right now. That's why. Pathetic. A joke. You expect us to trust the FBI. I had an article coming up at the FBI that is going to blow your jaws off. I'm telling you. This is the best piece I've seen in a long time. Jim didn't catch the podcast saying she's going to hear it for the first time here. Don't go anywhere. I get a stack show for you today. We'll be right back. Noble gold investments dot com inflation is real and the rate only seems to be

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"sir " Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

07:24 min | 8 months ago

"sir " Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Dickens considered malaise Mary to be ugly. He actually said, quote, so hideous in her ugliness that she would stand out from the rest of the company as a monster. In the vilest cabaret in France or the lowest gin shop in England. I know. She's fine. And also, she was, she was a real person, like Malay had used his sister in law, Mary Hodgson. Mary hodgkinson as the model for Mary in his painting. So like, Charles Dickens is like, your sister in law is ugly. Dog, my friend. It's so rude. And the brotherhood's medievalism was attacked as backward looking and it's extreme devotion to detail was condemned as ugly and jarring to the eye, which, you know, we laugh at now like, oh no, there's too much beautiful detail in this painting, but it's about taste in what was considered beautiful at the time. So again, according to Dickens, Malay made the holy family look like alcoholics and slum dwellers, adopting contorted and absurd quote medieval poses. This piece is probably the most typical and indicative of the realism type of early pre raphaelite art. Okay. So a quick, quick description of this painting. So it depicts the young Jesus assisting Joseph and his workshop, and Joseph is making a door, which is laid upon his carpentry work table. And Jesus, who is a child, has cut his hand on an exposed nail, symbolizing the stigmata and foreshadowing Jesus crucifixion. So some of the blood has fallen onto his foot to show like how he was nailed in the hands and the feet. And Jesus grandmother and removes the nail with a pair of pincers and his concerned mother Mary offers her cheek for a kiss. Joseph examines Jesus's wounded hand at a young boy who would later be known as John the Baptist, brings in water to wash the wound. Prefiguring his later baptism of Christ. An assistant of Joseph, who represents Jesus future apostles, observes these events. So it's kind of like an everyday sort of scene, but has a lot of symbolism in it. Okay. About Jesus life in a lot of action for a still painting. Yeah, there are things happening like people are like moving toward each other. There's like, you know, people are in the middle of a gesture kind of thing. It's interesting. It's kind of beautiful. In the background of the painting, there are various objects that are used to further symbolize the theological significance of the subject. So there's a ladder referring to Jacob's ladder. It leans against the back wall. There's a dove sitting on it, which represents the Holy Spirit. There are other carpentry implements referring to the holy Trinity. Malay actually likely used albrecht Durer's print melancholia one as a source from this imagery, along with Quattro central works in general. And there's sheep, you can see through the door in a sheepfold. Representing the future Christian flock. There's also like curls of wood all over the floor and dust and that kind of thing and people really hated that too that there was like detritus all over the place which is so crazy. Critics also objected to the portrayal of Jesus. One complaining that it was, quote, painful to see the youthful savior depicted as a redheaded Jew boy. Yeah. Yeah, huh. Lest we forget that Jesus was Jewish. Dickens described him as a, quote, right necked blubbering red headed boy in a bed gown who appears to have received a poke, playing in an adjacent gutter. It's doing art criticism. He's not good enough words in the paper that month. Right? Go back, go home and write something, Charles. Right? Damn. It's not our fault that you hate your wife. Anyway, other critics suggested that the characters displayed sign of rickets and other diseases associated with slum conditions. And because of the controversy, Queen Victoria asked for the painting to be taken to Buckingham Palace so that she could view it in private. Not that I love this line because not that she was like, oh, it's too dangerous. She was like, bring it to my house so I can see it. I want to look at it by myself. So thanks to Carrie, let's talk about a classic Victorian scandal. Please. Are you ready? So, as mentioned before, the brotherhood found support from the critic and philosopher John ruskin. He loved their work. He praised their devotion to nature and rejection of conventional methods of composition. And they in turn were influenced by his theories. He also wrote to the times defending their work and subsequently met each and every one of them. And initially he favored Malay as his favorite and actually Malay traveled to Scotland in the summer of 1853 with ruskin and ruskin's wife, euphemia, Chalmers, ruskin, whose maiden name was gray, and she is now best known as effie gray. Referred to her as effie from here on out. Him and effie's relationship was kind of strange. John ruskin was very close with the gray family, and he basically watched effie grow up. He even wrote a book for her when she was 12, and he was 22. It's a fantasy story called the king of the golden river, and there are rumors, as you might imagine that he groomed her, essentially, which is gross. Classic. So in 1847, when she was 18, they got engaged and they were married the following year. Now, something you should know about our boy ruskin. He was an only child, nothing wrong with that. His I gotta get that in. His deeply religious and hyper Kendrick mother doted on him. And he still lived with his extraordinarily wealthy parents. He was also kind of rigid and withdrawn and while effie loved to flirt and she was funny and she was worldly and gorgeous. However, she wasn't really finely educated as you would imagine the wife of a writer philosopher critic might be. And ruskin kind of soon began to resent that, we think. So they're ultimately 6 year marriage was deeply unhappy with ruskin being reportedly cruel and distrustful of effie. Yet their marriage was never consummated. Now, no one knows exactly why they never consummated their marriage, but subsequent letters from both of them hint as to what may have happened, okay? Okay. So she wrote, quote, he alleged various reasons hatred to children, religious motives, a desire to preserve my beauty. And finally, this last year he told me his true reason. That he had imagined women were quite different to what he saw I was, and the reason he did not make me his wife was because he was disgusted with my person the first evening. And he later wrote ruskin later wrote, quote, it may be thought strange that I could abstain from a woman who to most people was so attractive. But though her face was beautiful, her person was not formed to excite passion. On the contrary, there were certain circumstances in her person which completely checked it. So these very mysterious writings gave rise to the rumor that ruskin, who was deeply religious, as mentioned before. And having only seen the smooth classical bodies of women in art and sculpture took one look at his new bile young wife's pubic hair and ran screaming for the hills. Oh my God..

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"sir " Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

07:34 min | 8 months ago

"sir " Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Particular way was inauthentic and frankly, really boring. Right. And so the brotherhood's early doctrines, which as defined by William Michael rossetti, were expressed in four declarations. So the first was to have genuine ideas to express. All right. Number two, to study nature attentively, so as to know how to express them. Okay. Great. Number three to sympathize with what is direct and serious and heartfelt and previous art to the exclusion of what is conventional and self parading and learned by rote. Okay, all right. And number four, most indispensable of all to produce thoroughly good pictures and statutes. All right, that's good. I was waiting for like number four for you to pull the rug under me and be like, something like and English people are the best people in the whole world. Everybody else has to be paid in a double horns. No, it's basically like make sure you have an honest idea to express to make sure that you portray nature accurately to be heartfelt and direct and serious and then just make sure what you're doing is good. It's really not too bad. And the principles were deliberately non dogmatic. This was just kind of like a series of loose guidelines. Since the brotherhood wished to empathize the personal responsibility of individual artists to determine their own ideas and methods of depiction. There were also very influenced by romanticism, which is the artistic and literary movement that actually I might do an entire episode on this. It was like a precursor to nationalism. You can draw a direct line from German romanticism to the Nazis. Because romanticism and not to say that like caspar David Friedrich was a knots was like a secret Nazi because that wasn't a thing. But romanticism has a lot to do with like going back to, you know, like the ancient traditions of your country. Okay. So in love with the land and the history of the people and also this concept of the sublime where there's a fear and a love of God through nature through storms through violence, so it's a very dramatic kind of artistic movement. All right. So they were influenced by that in a certain way. And the members thought freedom and responsibility were inseparable. They were also really fascinated by medieval culture, believing it to possess a spiritual and creative integrity that had been lost in later eras. And this would continue through the arts and crafts movement. So the arts that I talked about the arts and crafts movement was very good. Yes, thank you. The arts and crafts movement comes out of the pre raphaelites, which came out of romanticism. Oh, okay. Yeah. So this emphasis on medieval culture kind of clashed with the principles of realism. That was part of the pre raphaelites. And in its early stages, the pre raphaelite brotherhood believed its two interests were consistent with one another, but in later years the movement kind of divided and moved into two directions. So it could either be realistic or it could be kind of medieval. A medieval being a little bit more flattened and kind of pose. Very medieval looking, but we'll get to that. So the realists were led specifically by hunt and Malay, while the medievalists were led by rossetti and his followers, Edward burne Jones and William Morris. So the PRB was greatly influenced by nature and its members used a lot of detail to show the natural world using bright and kind of really sharp focus techniques on a white canvas. When you look at a pre raphaelite painting, everything is in focus. There isn't like a depth of field really of fuzziness in the background to kind of create some three dimensionality to the space. Everything like every leaf is in perfectly sharp focus every pedal is painted beautifully and it creates this kind of jewel like quality to the artwork. So in attempts to revive this brilliance of color found in quatre central art, hunt and Malay developed a technique of painting in thin glazes of pigment over a wet white ground in the hope that the colors would retain jewel like transparency and clarity. So they're emphasis on brilliance of color was a reaction to the excessive use of bitumen by early British artists, such as what did you just call me? Bitumen. Sorry. No, that was a good joke. That was a good job. That was a good job. So earlier British artists used Benjamin it's like a really white pigment. And bitumen produced unstable areas of kind of muddy darkness. Which was an effect that the pre raphaelites kind of really despised. So examples of pre raphaelites that you might recognize include ophelia by John Everett millais from 1851 to two. Okay. That's the one of the woman kind of half in the water. Flowers all around her and her face is kind of like looks like she's about to die. Proserpine from 1874 by Dante Gabriel rossetti. The lady of shalott from 1888 and la Belle dame sans merci, both by John Williams waterhouse in the mid 80s. Also flaming June by sir Frederick Layton, it's that image of a woman kind of sleeping in a chair and she's wearing this bright orange dress. I don't know that one. It's very beautiful. I'll add some images to this, but all these pictures are characterized by beautiful women, high detail, especially in the flora, and then in the landscape, bright colors, somewhat flat perspective later, especially in rossetti's work. And subject matter based on religious and medieval stories, chivalry, King Arthur and related poems. So the first exhibitions of pre raphaelite work occurred in 1849, which was just a year after they started. So both malays Isabella and Holman hunt's rienzi were exhibited at the Royal Academy and rosetti's girlhood of Mary virgin was shown at free exhibition on Hyde Park corner. And they all had agreed that all members of the brotherhood signed their work with their name, and then the initials PRB. Okay. So that's like the earlier stuff you can really identify a pre raphaelite because they make sure that you know it. So between January and April 1850, which is you might know is only four months. The group published a literary magazine called the germ. It was edited by William rossetti, which published poetry by the rossetti's woolner and collinson and essays on art and literature by associates of the brotherhood such as a very British man who has a very British name of Coventry patmore. So obviously a scene by the magazine's run, it didn't fit last very long at all. It ran for four months for issues. Which is very typical of a bunch of artists because they probably were like, are you in charge? No, are you in charge? Ugh, I don't want to do it. You know what? I don't fine, forget it. I just want to paint, leave me alone. So in 1850, two years after they started the pre raphaelite brotherhood became the subject of controversy after the exhibition of millais painting, which is called Christ in the house of his parents. It was considered to be blasphemous by many reviewers, notably Charles Dickens, who hated everything. I mean, let's be honest. Dickens considered malaise Mary to be ugly. He actually said, quote, so hideous in her ugliness that she would stand out from.

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"sir " Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

06:42 min | 11 months ago

"sir " Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"But I've only heard good things about people who did meet him. I was turned on by a movie when I was a kid because I had a crush on the British singer Lulu. Lulu sang a song called to serve with love. And that was the name of the movie that Sidney pronunciation starred in as a teacher who goes to England. He's actually an engineer. He can't get a job. And he answers an ad to be a teacher, and he figures he'll do it for a bit until he gets an engineer drop, and he can't get that kind of a job. So he's applying for jobs. Meanwhile, he's stuck in this school, which is full of a bunch of British snobby kids, racist kids. Of course, there's one girl who has a little bit of a crush on him that happens. But he realizes that there's no sense in teaching these kids about math and science, he's better off teaching them about what they need going forward in life. The tools they'll need to go forward in life. And here's something that no one cares about, but me, but some of you asked me questions. Hey, AJ, how can we tell you to this person? 6 moves or less. I go, I've made some movies with some people that really have done other things, and it's not because I'm around so much. I've made 9 and ten movies, but I've been with people who really have attached themselves to people. Like, I'm one, 2° separation away from the city plucky because Michael Deborah's Michael Dubois was in to serve with love. And I did a movie with him. Called diary of a sex addict, crazy movie. You'll never you'll never like it if you saw it. I only have one scene in it, but it's with him and some hot girl. He was banging in a restaurant, so loudly the cops were called and we arrested him. Had a lot of fun. He's a good dude. Michael Dubai's. But getting back to Sidney Poitier. And this movie, which you really should see, eventually he tells the kids he's leaving at the end of the year. They try to convince him to stay because he got so popular with them. He really got to them. He got through to them. But his mind's made up, he never wanted to be a teacher. It was just a job to him, so he's going to leave. And everyone can see what a difference he's made on his class and just those few short months. And when I was a kid, I saw this movie every time it was on because I love that song. There's some phrases in the song to serve with love that is so beautiful. What do you what do you think someone who is taking you from crayons to perfume? Oh my God, what a fucking verse that is. Oh, it's just a beautiful song. So that's what turned me on to the movie. And in the last day of school, this class throws a dance and there's a scene that never makes me not cry. One of the students Lulu, who sang the song and you'll see that you'll hear the song three times in the movie, at least. She presents him with a thank you gift, and he's overwhelmed by the emotion of it all. And you know, he says, maybe he does have what it takes to be a teacher after all. I think you've seen this movie, if you like me, you'll like London in that time period, the late 70s. I love the music and the clothes. I said, I love the song to serve with love and I think I'm probably one of the only guys who belts it out whenever it comes on the radio, which is very rarely, but I'll go to YouTube and find it and get weepy singing it. Is the film realistic? No, it's not really realistic, but do we need that for every one of our films? There are some issues in the film, which are kind of glaring, but a lot of racism that Sidney Poitier's character had to endure day to day. I'm sure that happened in his life early on wherever he came from. I don't know much about Sidney Poitier. I didn't run to his movies as a kid. Another movie you should see is a patch of blue where a blind girl falls in love with his voice in a park one day and he's so nice there. She's in a house with two miserable parents and she doesn't always black. Her parents can see it and they can't stand it. And it would have been so tough to make those movies if you're a young black man in Hollywood to be talked to in those terms. I give the guy a lot of credit. It's a very sad death. It's a very sad death, and he gives a wonderful performance as the professor named Zachary. That kind of teacher you never get in high school. I had one, mister peacock. What a tremendous teacher, but most of our teachers don't rise to this kind of level. And see it. It's something you should see. It might not be everyone's cup of tea, and he may not be a favorite actor, but you should watch to serve with love at least only to see Sidney Poitier at work. It's been a tough, it's been a tough week. I mean, like I said the other day. Joan didion, Betty White, Peter Bogdanovich, and now Sidney Poitier. We're only a weekend gang. And a lot of big names are gonna go more. I said I sensed this happening last year and not all of us because of COVID, I just feel something's in the air. People aren't living right. People aren't living as happy. A lot of us think they want to give up because of this nonsense of how we've had to live for two years going on three and this seems to be no end in sight. Kids are being kept on from school again. And I think for a lot of us, it's not as fun as it used to be. And there are many people out there who don't have a lot of loved ones. And when there's a lot more runway behind you than there is in front, some people go screw this, I'm out. I don't need to be here anymore. I hope none of you are that way, but there's certainly a bunch of people that do feel that way. So anyhow, tough week, a couple of tough losses, and that was your show for today. Ranging from jarred farts to the great Sidney Poitier to the murder suicide of Dorothy Stratton and Paul Snyder. The cancellation of the Golden Globes, oh my God. All over the all over the board and back. But that's free ball Fridays for you. I'm AJ benza. If you don't listen to my Patreon, you're crazy, and if you want to get my politics beef, go to Patreon dot com politics is a bitch that next show will be up late tonight or tomorrow. Until then, until Monday, I'm AJ benza, and that was fame is a bitch.

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"sir " Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

07:08 min | 11 months ago

"sir " Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Just time for the industry to move away from the Golden Globes until change occurs, meaningful change. Well, I don't know what's going to happen now. It's very weird thing. You know, that like to say in Hollywood, the show must go on, but they announced they announced their nominees. Last month, but this is ceremony. It's not going to be televised. And the other day, the HFPA said that this year's ceremony will look like just a ghost town. The 7 9th Golden Globe Awards, which were set for Sunday, which are always fun because people get loaded, people drink, they let loose, they like the Oscars. And can happen. Ain't gonna happen. The winners will be announced. I think through some kind of 90 minute gathering at the Beverly Hilton, but not many stars are going. No red carpet. No celebrities. I don't know what they think they're doing with this. They tried to get famous people to show up too. In fact, variety got a copy of an email from the Golden Globes talent Booker. That was sent to several publicity agencies asking about their clients maybe participating in the show, not one celebrity agreed to take part. So the word was out and then The Hollywood Reporter also found out that, you know, look, it's still unknown where this 90 minute ceremony will be available for viewing if anybody cares. I don't know who would care, I don't know. I don't know, but I'm actually, as a guy that used to love award shows to the point where when the Oscars came, I would ask my hands would sweat. I used to love watching actors get awards. When the real movie stars were up. I don't consider so many that people we have now movie stars as much as just celebrities. But yeah, I was crazy for them. And of course, you always get somebody in your family and you have that contest who's going to get most answers, right? Who's going to get this picture right? There's a lot of fun. For me to go from that to not want to see anything and not care says a lot about not me, but a lot about what's happened in this town, or in that town, Hollywood. And I honestly, I'll tell you, quite frankly, nobody wants to hear from the Hollywood elitist anymore. Let's face it. Globes are canceled. I don't think the general public will even notice it. And next, the Oscars might go as well. Once they canceled hosts, once it got to be so much about political correctness and just political nonsense, people making speeches, Francis mcdormand now they got then they got pulled up by their pants because all those years they lauded all the Harvey Weinstein and they gave standing ovations to, what's his name? The guy in France, the pedophile, what's wrong with me? You know, rosemary's baby. Christ. Don't Google me. I know his name I met the guy. I just can't think of I'm so stupid. I can't do it now. Anyhow, this is what has happened to this town to that town. It's the beginning of the end for awards shows. At least how we used to see them, and I think I'm okay with it. I think I'm okay with it. I don't think we have the attention span to sit through two or three hours straight of a TV event like that like we used to. That stuff's over. And also when the majority of awards are paid for or given to what's popular or whatever asshole has the best campaign as opposed to truly, really rewarding what's best and who was better at their role. It takes the fun out of it. Oh, Roman Polanski, Christ, nobody. I'm losing my mind. Roman Polanski. But is there even a difference? Talk about the fact that we don't have that ability to sit down and leave over three hours and watch something. We're changing as a society, so vastly and so quickly and in bad way. 90 day fiance, have you heard about? I mean, I know you heard about the other girl, the girl, Stephanie motto, who was on 90 day fiance, the girl who basically created a cottage industry by bottling her farts and selling them, this is what the world is interested now. This is what gets talked about. This is what gets written about. People buy these things. People were buying her jarred farts. And now there's another big story. I mean, I heard she'd be like a couple $100,000. What are you right on your taxes? If you draw your own farts, I don't know. But I guess mason jars you can write off. I think that's how she bottles him. I don't know. I wouldn't buy one if they, if they paid me a $100 to buy one. But Jesus writes people buy them. But recently she's been farting so much because she has to have this diet to fight. Beans and eggs, I think she eats. And her diet landed her in the hospital, her diet was rich in protein, fiber, and sulfur, and that's caused her a lot of grief and pain. So she hits the hospital. She thought she was having a heart attack. She calls herself a for entrepreneur, which is brilliant. I'll give her that. Matter of fact, if you come up with that word, then you kind of have to make the best of your farts. And my nephew jelly would have done really well some years back, but now she's thought of another way to do this. So she made a couple hundred grand in cold, hard cash, right? Remember they called it money back in the old days? Now, get this. She's now decided to take pictures of her farts in a jar, right? And sell them as NFTs, this is not a joke. So now you just get to take, you just get to have an NFT of her jarred farts into the whole digital artwork world in salaman blockchain, which I'll never understand. Don't care too. Don't even try to educate me. But she wrote on Instagram. Today is the official launch of my fart jar NFTs. This is where we're at. And I'm supposed to now talk about Sidney Poitier, perhaps the greatest black actor. I hate even using a phrase like that, but he's been called that many times over. I've got to be honest, not a gigantic fan of his. I don't know what to say. I loved a couple of his movies. I understand what the guy had to go through. I mean, he's probably the equivalent of, you know, any one of the early baseball players who went through the shit and the racial nonsense. I don't think it was nice to go through what he went through, but he broke the color Barry in a lot of respects and movies and he did it very with a lot of style and panache and grace. He was definitely that kind of man. I never met him,

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"sir " Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"sir " Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Adjust your volume. Take a nice deep breath in let it out slowly and off go tonight. By several requests were returning to a classic of philosophy. I published in fifteen fifty seven. Utopia by sir thomas more. Let's pick up right where we left off in the middle of a debate between our narrator several learned men and one rafael hitler. Day explorer of lands unknown. Let's begin while.

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"sir " Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"sir " Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"They probably saw it. They don't. Yeah, I don't believe I've ever seen it on the show. I mean, I've had it before, Scott font whisky, I had a few of them, but other than independent bottlers I've never seen them. So this is quite good with air. It's quite improved since my original notes. It's a 2008 manic moral 11 years old. On the nose, at first it was butterscotch and flowers. Now I'm getting flowers and citrus. On the palette, let's see green apples. I had my original note. Apple is still there, getting more citrus, a lot of white flowers. Gorgeous palette. This is really improved with time and a couple of drops of water. Super fruity, great, great flowers. And it's got a medium long finish. It's very pleasant. There's nothing, you know, it's really gonna prove dramatically, but it's been in my glass for well over an hour. And a little bit of water. I really like major green apple jolly rancher on the nose. Just sour muscles. It's not as sweet and artificial like a jolly rancher, man. Come on. Get better candies. It's got a lot of green apple on the nose. Sour green apple. It's like granny Smith. Yeah. Yeah. But there's a tip of the floral..

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"sir " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"sir " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Sir. Jerry. Whatever his name is Jim, Jim Jim. Um, it is time now for one of the most popular segments of the day on this day and today Is September 13th and you know what happened back on September. 13th 509 bc frank No, you hadn't been born quite yet. The Temple of Jupiter on Rome's Capitoline Hill Capital Line. Hill is dedicated on the eyes of September. It was the most important temple In ancient Rome. It makes sense anything space related. It was always going to be a big winner over there on this day in 1948 Republican representative Margaret Chase Smith Defeated Democrat Adrian's Culleton by a margin of 71 to 29%. In doing so, she became the first woman to represent Maine in the Senate and the first woman to serve in both houses of Congress. Oh, that's wonderful. On this day, September 13th 1 22 A D. They started to build Hadrian's wall in northern England. It's known as the Roman Wall, or picks wall or Val, Um, Adriani in Latin. It's a former defensive fortification. Of the Roman province of Britannia, and you can still see the wall if you visit on this day in 1953 Marilyn Monroe made her official television debut on the Jack Benny Show. Now on this day in 3 35, the Church of Holy Supporter supporter culture, right Replica.

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"sir " Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"sir " Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Catalog of the entire sixty to ninety minute interviews with read their available only two masters of scale members. So here's day one of the mindset of scale. The theme of the day is asked what. Why not with. Sir richard branson. Let's listen welcomed the day one for the of scale our first course in the masters of scale app. I know how each minute matters for an entrepreneur and you probably have a tendency to multitask but take a moment right now to turn off slack closure email and arrive for these ten minutes. It will be worth your time whether you entrepreneur starting something from scratch on your own an entrepreneur who built something daring inside established organization or an executive leading at scale. Your single greatest. Success factor isn't knowledge expertise or network. It your mindset so you have to think in ways that are often the exact opposite of what you learn in school. No one is born with all of the entrepreneurial mindsets you may be comfortable in chaos but less confident and making quick decisions. You may have a natural instinct for escaping competition but less certainty about building company culture. The good news is that all of these mindsets can be cultivated. And that's what this course is about each day will tackle a different essential mindset and the most fundamental mindset. You need is a bias for action. It's not enough to have good ideas. You have to be ready to act on them to show you what i mean. I wanna share a story from sir. Richard branson richard is known for his death defying launch monroe leaps in the new markets and industries. Virgin records for genera lines and virgin galactic are just a few he embodies the entrepreneurial biased action will start the story in the mid nineteen sixties. Richard was in high school and about to act on his very first venture. The vietnamese war was going on like a lot of young people thought. It was a travesty of justice Horrendous horrendous horrendous mistake and so i decided actually.

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"sir " Discussed on Queer as Fact

Queer as Fact

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"sir " Discussed on Queer as Fact

"And that's about the king. I guess in this theoretical world go wayne represents richard the second. Yeah he's tempted but ultimately like you're is number one is dislike noble line right so i guess that's the implication that richard the second tempted by hammet sexuality but he's not he has got into tend down our list that like. That's what inaudible person should do in that circumstance. Maybe this is the major thrust of dangerous pace connecting her interpretation of the text one which ultimately seeks to firm heterosexuality in the face of great challenge to the societal context into which was written off for example she also refers to the late medieval english customs of primogeniture and inheritance encouraged by guaranteeing financing. All the marriage of sums on how that system left youngest sons who shift themselves shift at a weird choice of was what she said. So is prime jansher the thing where the older son inherits everything. Yes okay yeah. There's a lot of young men around who does kind of like i don't know what to do. I guess we'll be gay. Just simplify greatly. Yes she suggests that these customs setting young men drift may have in turn provoked anxiety about having sexual relations to a culture of hetero. Normativity homosexual acts involving no women in Procreative may have appeared particularly likely in a situation where they will hordes of young men with relatively limited means. I think that also fits in with when the green light comes in. And he's like hey he's gonna cut off my head an office like i'll do it grind steps in. He's like no you the king. I'm just a guy no one cares about me. I'm not important. I'll do it. Because it won't matter if i get killed. That does position him as one of these kind of young men society. He's just like. I'm around a specific role. I'm just kind of here. I'm related important. Papal yet as Says sorge wayne. In the green knight two picks an ideal feudal society the roundtable in its youth that however imminent homosexual relations might be imminent. He being i n. n. a. n. e. n. t. She really means inherent kept young men on married yet. Still heterosexually focused. So she's saying that you know the colton nafa knights of the round table. Is this environment you would expect to be gay but actually it's not so i thought about this. It's like authors married to gwen avi but most of the nights at the roundtable single unmarried stomachs going on around january. Lancelot is lady. Yeah yeah yeah. Unless lott not married as he is just living with gwen away. Right settling also married to gwen immunes. Who's married someone else. We just know. And like wayne's obviously not married is that just the general often is just a bunch of single guys. Yeah so obviously. I uh specific questions back wayne and lancelot etc. Yes there's no single canon and there's a somewhat like a progression of stories in this regard. But yeah i think that is generally the ideas. There's a lot of young men who flocked to also cold four adventure because that's kind of how you seek you'll fame and fortune yet Answer what insurance. I think kind of suggesting here is that simple parallel by like a bunch of young unmarried men seeking out like lodge cities in search of some kind forshing since they cog anything families yet. So why isn't that guy did you. She says he would think Gay but it's not going. I think danger is saying that it's okay. She saying that what this poem is polls him. He's this author. I did for the society in which the poems written is not gay even might expected. Today this palm is kinda here to reassure you that even you're in this very heim a social environment where you could easily be seduced by oldies men. Don't worry if you like follow. The car meant to follow and so forth. You will get out of this without being gay. So what's happening here yet. okay. That's somewhat mind termination at least one teacher. Kind of interpreting wholeness. So that's it for my discussion of the ways which wayne's characters quit in narrative and why the story may have presented him in this fashion. But we don't want done with the queen of the story of role as i have a small note for any moga slash whenever i really intrigued by this because obviously mobile. Fa is and this kind of thing at the end where the great nine is like yet. Molin slop. She made this green dude. But i really didn't really think about gwen of him onto the olen this story. And cain to Yes sir. I wanna touch on. The presence of the sorceress morgan. The fan the story and the way the entire setup of the story is moving trying to get at lady one avia says ashen. We might consider the almost completely buried detail morgan's gambit as another unsettling of sexual identity desire one woman for another motivating the entire plot that the heterosexual ising narrative. We should not have to acknowledge because fundamentally that is the premise of the story and your interestingly we kind of see in the way stories written guedes genealogy is traced via the female line and a web of connections in which morgan central witold. She is his aunt office. Half sister and daughter duchess of tintoretto. Feminine influences asserted and dwayne is place next gwen at the at the stones and that's not because Wayne is kind of gwen of acta in the story. Okay of the great night represents mogens yet unlike very explicitly as like mogens up to this basically. Yeah yeah so this argument that the entire plot centers on morgan reaching out to win avia With you're the lord lady Wayne as klunder wits for their struggle kind makes the dynamic between the two women ron. So what exactly is the background of guana via Because i feel like it was very briefly. Touched on in the poem about because it came inside both the end. I didn't really fully cross. What the backstory. Isn't you mentioned today with lancelot seducing gwen afia but what exactly is going on here between morgan greenwich via yet. So morgan is often sister. Yup and she is in love with lancelot by sire can right and then so in greenwich via northerlies cheating on autho with lancelot landlords. The person she's obsessed with in yanni of the story's author in legend Morgan kidnaps lancelot lawton is attempting to seduce him. tries to like screw his mind thing so yea and and this is kind of the source of being exiled from court i originally. She is closely associated. With oughta is kind of on the side of good and it's only lighter. She becomes in antagonists on. This is actually something. I didn't realize was that like she's trained bny mellon but he knows original myths like melon is not always like melanie's kind of antagonists does well in a lie and merlin and morgan also owns. A stories are couple so that was kind of the context. I knew about her. Like i knew about her. Being office sister who was trying by merlin and maybe in a relationship with mel then. I was just like i didn't know about it. Lancelot stop. so what's going on here. This is what you're seeing a lot of life the thalji as develops of line. I know i was reading about this. Recently the norse mythology on like odin became the head of the pantheon as opposed to changes that entailed for example. and how lucky to to dock aspects solu-. Yeah so similarly. I think that's kind of a little bit. What happened here. Is that like lance law originally. Is this kind of just kind of offers. Right hand nad on becomes more complicated figure because this treachery and that ulcer resulting..

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"sir " Discussed on Queer as Fact

Queer as Fact

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"sir " Discussed on Queer as Fact

"Why on that kind of thing. It's obviously a different kind of kissing. I would say. I like gale action. Summary of the dynamic between the two men. Best says ashton goings relationship with butter. Lack is i suggest at once on the social todman attempt to reconstruct masculinity and potentially implicitly homosexual an unsettling threat social integrity. Those elect sexual temptation of highlighted by the feasting in sharing wine. Plus the chivalry packed he exchange winnings flesh. Lee pleasure in a consensual exchange. Chivalry promises inactive between men sauce conflicted We've mentioned that. The kiss each other before stopped the with sex games. They also kiss each other at the end when that games like don flak comeback to house and kevin. I'm going home. How do you the two of you feel about those kisses. As compared with the cases that go wayne has with the automatic camera whatnot they ulcer something different they also queer awe kind of quote unquote actually gay cases bookended by just like normal kissing issing. Yes he. I tend to think the what you said at the end is kind of how interpreted that kind of harm. Social normalized guesses bookend this kind of relationship. That coin has like one of the kind of interpretations of this story. Which we're kind of getting a little bit here is that the idea is that Green is kind of tempted and part of the temptation. He's not On the temptation of adultery with the lady of the house but also the temptation about lack himself and kind of implicitly homosexuality and sore the first kisses social kind of expected. But then you know this is kind of showing how out affection can potentially lead to something. More as those quotes from thomas aquinas in the like early on half dot com. You really negative You're negative obviously being in the context here from the perspective and then you know the case at the end is kind of wayne having pasta test. Refusing homosexuality sucks which is obviously disappointing from As queer. But i think kinda does provide coherent explanation. Why those cases maybe less quinton bah ones that know. So i didn't remember exactly the context of that kiss until i just looked at it now in the book but my original thought going off. What about like is that. Basically a strike kiss bookending. Engages is like that. I kiss before they have the winning game. I would be quite willing to cite like yet. That's the acceptable homosexual kissing of the time. And then they have this winning game whether do some maybe queer kissing. And then i would say it's quite hard to like once you can you call. Yeah okay yeah yeah. It's quite hard to rate them off k. This kissing his queer and then accepted a final kiss can time how to dropped oldest connotations. So that's my general feeling on the final kiss. I have like picked it up and read now Specifically says by kissed commending one another to the prince paradise. Obviously jesus and the comments. You've just jason bat all the kind of has you talked about condemning homosexuality a christian ride his people like thomas Very famous specifically for writing about christianity. And from chris perspective so including the prince of paradise in their makes me think it is less of a quick. But now it's done. I want to think yeah. I don't mean also an argument to say that particular. I kiss may even still require because as we're Get into a little bit. Dwayne kind of becomes the queered. As soon as he arrives at the castle com. It's almost a bit of a like it's kind of fantasy land. Like it's he's kind of crossed over into the unknown erie and the fantastical Yet overall it was almost certainly not a simplistic truces. Middle ages society. That kisses between men were entirely normalized behavior and this interpretation of the interactions between wayne and the green knight is strengthened by the way wayne's masculinity is blood and challenged by his position in narrative which yes means it's gender time. Is he a woman. He sleeps in a little bit. Yeah so as i mentioned earlier. Gail ashton on use of the archetypal figure of masculinity in the middle ages. Romance is an almond one. This provides the capacity for disarming to feminizing one with alma acting as a mock event of masculinity and its fundamental mutability. Such a disrobing happens once going reaches Where he's closed in chemises scott unfurl line clark as ashton explains though this easing accord with status aristocratic mail it nevertheless places him in a passive feminist position. This is furthered by the way that wayne is excluded from the masculine pursuit of the hunt vessel. Lack insists the weinstein until light on three separate occasions and i ally rendering him into one and vulnerable to seduction from both lady and both lack himself rob joining the man in the traditional homosexual activity of the hunt. That's maybe a little deep in the. Wade's so let's talk about how the lady interacts with gwen. The lady pursues go wayne in clear reversal of roles. She's constantly challenging glenn to play the role of the night a romantic figure who would request of her kiss if he would truly such go. Go wayne is uncertain in this role and therefore in his gender identity in the store that makes. I was quite confused by saying that. I think it's because i just hadn't picked up on that. I was kind of struggling to understand what the lady was saying to gain like. She was obviously saying to your not. I demand the kiss of me. I would expect that. I'll be given what i know about you as wayne. I was struggling to understand that. Because in my mind i kind of global chivalrous not demont case of a woman that would be but obviously i just didn't understand exactly what the expected role that night would be and that's what she's saying took away assure would demand and you're not demanding therefore i must demand i thought what was going on. Was it like she was demanding and because he was a chevette night. Light him denying a women's hunting. she asked for. Yeah that makes sense that makes sense to. Yeah yeah. it's yeah kind of both. There's also the factor that the the kind of adulterous affair that it being proposed kind of part of the chivalry tradition and those sort of mythology on. It's a very big aspect of a lot of those stories. So she's kind of like appealing to the tropes of the story. Oh yeah makes sense I guess that comes back to what you're saying right at the start about highlight off therion legend like offering to very sincere but by the time distort was written that goal so it kind of models sassa iowa like You know what the troops are going rating with those trips and she kind of playing on that and almost speaking to the audience and saying this is what should happen right now. yeah. I think that's a pretty valid interpretation. So without his heterosexual nightly identity gain is undone and posits his disassembly to be echoed. In the dismemberment of the dea haunted by the lord on day one. These kisses the narrative consequences the seduction exchange plot push even further the poems analysis of heterosexual identity arising from that plot. They suggest that solid hetero identity can be split pot without a cataclysmic. Disillusion jenga desire and anatomy. Here onnell's and don't have to be unified is what dangerous says on this idea. This positioning of heterosexuality as threatened by. Both the wiles of femininity and the wildness of the green knight can potentially be seen in the context of the reign of richard. The second whereas daniel tells us there were rumors suggested by wilson ham in his historic mcconnell. The mocks relationship with these very close friend associate. roman was mocked by seeing intimacy. Siwan was which the second During his time this was written during spring coca cola. So this is especially interesting given one of the theories of bullshit. Ford orion connects the also to the household over the second. So somebody in. The kings house is writing a store being like. This is how easy it is to be seduced into being gay..

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"sir " Discussed on Queer as Fact

Queer as Fact

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"sir " Discussed on Queer as Fact

"An american gods. Descend american goes. That's true ends the same saga wayne all given as it would be known in. His name sounds so australia. And even though it's not at all no all australian modern name because it's how gavin and one which is kind of the ultimate trillion meant man's name so gavin who is authors nephew and the youngest of his nights. Also the owner of accepting the challenge with some self-deprecation about how his death would be great. Hans court sorry. But can i ask how like monetize of old names. Because i love this. No i'm calling for the roster. That one instance. I'm calling evan. Goin- insteps often beheads the knight who promptly picks up his seven head bids adieu and deposits. His bleeding head reminding the court and in particular queen of the should meet him at the green chapel a year and a day hence the passing of the seasons follows in a passage that is written about growing by many skulls of the text as the date approaches Must leave the cool to go in his quest. Many adventures in battles are looted but not described so anything that happens here in. The film is not found in the original textile. I would wager. They drew from other guy. Wayne missile exists. Maybe have great if we could have had up chain to find out before according thanks coach eventually as the terrain and weather alike grim and cold grain stumbles across a splendid causal analysis in the frosty north. Where he needs the handsome load beautiful lady as the castle who are pleased to have such a renowned guest. There's also an old and ugly lady who treated with all know by all this is spoilers. Morgan will fe renounce all sorts of author ian legend and she who was in some versions offerings including very likely the one in which the story takes place exiled from the court after revealing of adultery with lancelot to king. Autho i see now. We don't have time right but we will get to. Light is just like this old lady. But she's moving. The favorite is really get. Why go wayne is dovish to stay too long. The costal his deadline to find the green chapel just a few days away but the loss when grain informs him of his quest as the green chapel is location known to him. Just a few miles from the console proposes unrest until he is required. There wayne agrees. And the la- proposes a bargain at second game. He will hunting each day and will stay in the castle. Anything which the lord catches he will give to away on the condition that grain. Give him anything he obtains throughout the day gone accepts. Because obviously this is a great deal. You're going to have to say. Herman do nothing. That's very good descriptions of him just being crazy in bed yet specifically like you to sleep in he is. We'll talk about that late. August precedes a series of three hunts interspersed and juxtaposed with scenes of wayne at the castle where he is very restful except the moments where the lady attempts to seduce him on the first attempt during hunt fatiha gohain eventually agrees to accept a single case from the lady which he gives to the lord upon his return without explanation of its origins on the second day the load handsome boy in going provides to kisses which she reluctantly accepts from the lady finally on the third day the lord hunts a wily fox and accepts only three kisses but also a godal of green and gold silk from a lady which she promises will protect the wearer from home. He gives the law of the kisses but not the goal hoping that will protect him from his impending face at the hands of green night departing. The causal grain seeks the green chapel earth amount of eerie atmosphere. Kevin's strange sounds. He finds the green nine shopping and acts and office. His neck at the swing. Go wayne flinches drawing derision from the night at the second. Goin- does not flinch. The night withholds holds from explaining the he was testing goings. Nerve finally on the sud swing the deals. A slight nick goings neck. The game is over and go wayne himself ready for dual the green knight however just lost on reveals himself as lord brutal act to help us of the mary castle Wayne had stayed up cabinet. Bet i knew. He was transformed into the green. Not by the magic of morgan la. Fay who did so in order to test the mettle off nights and potentially frightened queen gwen to death. The nick is explained. As a result of his mild cheating game exchange vis-a-vis. The go going is ashamed of his deceit but the green knight loss declaring noble the two part on good terms and going returns to camelot wearing the godal as a token of his failure to keep to the terms of the game. The knights of office called absolve him and decide that henceforth each will wear a green godal in recognition of gains adventure as a reminder to be always truthful so that's the end of the story and now we get into the analysis. Part subset of which my first question is so is it gay. True men kiss repeatedly so yes. Thank you can go now. That's the most sincerely queer interpretations of the texts. Aw as you might expect pretty numerous We're gonna stop by talking about the green himself. Expand outwards to the dual scenes of hunting introduction and finally talk a little bit about mobile fe and queen gwen via and their presence in the story sewer the grain night and the question. We've all been waiting. Why is he green. Plays out and why is he in his translation. Bryanston speaks of the greenness as evidence of several things the wild and the natural which is an obvious association with figures like raisman death magic tricks which have long been associated with the color green. You're for most people. I feel in modern audiences. Lucky is really obvious. Example of like how which is a grain. I guess that as well and perhaps most interestingly truth as he points to the castle of perseverance morality play from the end of the fourteenth century. In which truth. One of the four daughters of god is klein sad green whilst that probably not really a modern association made the time the green knight has been interpreted as symbolizing a god of spring herald in the end of winter Sola gold with his hans representing the travels of the sun each day on death itself the executioner of mankind. There's also like christianity focused references to him especially given the Very heavily religious because of the homes in the manuscript yum which there have been references to him his both the devil and jesus. So which isn't you know. There's a lot going on here okay. Gail ashton her piece. The perverse dynamics of soga wayne imigran nine focuses on the duality of his title. He's green on. That makes him the outside amongst a threat to their social but he's also night inside politics very social. This makes his presence of version of the norm rather than simple threat to be vanquished renzo whilst monstrous. He's not aimal is basically what she's saying. Lacking gay is not Exactly as you've encountered this argument before. I just same. Duality is in my humble opinion. A pretty big pot of the story the two courts of camelot and helped us the hunting and seduction scenes the game of the heading in game of winning and the green knight himself to has its two personas as the green nine. But alex body is inflated size. Hyper masculine the denuded of allah ashen argues that the masculine form in the social body of romance is a fully owned one and we've long hair which he sweets back to reveal his flesh to be.

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"sir " Discussed on Queer as Fact

Queer as Fact

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"sir " Discussed on Queer as Fact

"I mean like more likely to have been written by man woman base Grinding survives to us is written. I'm in mice monarchic. John so all the other three stories hill is the relatively famous one. sometimes described as expressing grief of the loss of a two year old child. Other times in mole holy symbolic terms as coming to the loss of innocence. Or another kind of spiritual journey The purity which is a melodic pollen stressing the necessity for purity and approaching the presence of god dealing with full lucifer the destruction of sodom and gomorrah and other such tales and patients which is largely a retelling of the story of genuine. The whale stories are contemporary with wechsel among others. Geoffrey chaucer author of the canterbury tales and the alliterative Utilized in story is seen as part of a general revival of such a form around this time. I did enjoy that a lot in meaning. I don't know about the translations you guys read but like my translation. Really stop to the alliteration. And i liked that. Yeah yeah so. That's something that is kind of a thing with translations this is how much you stick to the alliterative us. This is how much you stick to like. Translating the literal poet used and the first modern english translation of the work was not completed until eighteen ninety ice when jessie weston published her version. Which i read and was quite entertained by But which is generally not considered the most accurate translation in terms of either the poetic meter all like purely as a translation which has just mentioned often kind of intention when it comes to presenting the working more so getting into the story itself. I'll talk very briefly about the structure. we'll talk a little bit about the syrian setting and Then give a plot summary as i just mentioned. The story heavily utilizes alliterative. Thus that is to say it primarily utilizes alliteration rather than rhymed indicate the underlying metrical structure It's also notable using a bulb in wheel structure. Which i mentioned mostly because bullets deal is i. I don't know anything here. I shouldn't bob and wheel to scott structure of a poem is pulling on some physical thing in the real world which is called my guess i my suspicion and i guess this is an instance where i'm sure someone in our listenership will are the answer to this is that we're talking about like the wheel wagon. Yeah i reckon the ball is like a little bit in the middle. The wagon wheel. I should say because when you're using a sewing machine like the bobbin is like the little thing that spins around that you know threat around to. I'm just making things up. Maybe that's connected like that's pretty likely connected may not even specifically what hunter made me. So this is characterized by the use of the very short line. Often true asserted syllables known as the bulb and small section at the end of each stanza which returns the pros to a particular rhythm. The wheel gonna give a brief example from the end of the first section of wayne and please excuse my middle english pronunciation. I'm mostly doing this. Fear entertainment. Thank you for your honesty. Did you look around sation guide or is this just for loss odd entirely for well. I guess you could look like someone who knows a lot about this. Yeah like which teacher high school Knew how to properly read middle english and so like read some of the carried house to us that's really cool although the cavalry titles Because choice also. Based in london i believe is much closer to morning english than since. This is a much more rural tale in where this is quite refreshing in terms of pronouncing. Stop 'cause like if we pronounce all-time english band who's going gonna get mad at us calling which will do what we want with it. All right So this is towards the end of the first stanza just before the ball stops and for over the french flawed feel expertise on many monks full broad retain he says with win. This is the ball. Where were and rake and wanda by size has want therein off. To both bligh's lunda full. Skeet has skype sin. Heal as we take not as quite bond who isn't doing because like it sounds like english like like. Yeah i recognized. The rhythm of these words i feel like i should know happening but also at yeah yeah it. It's not like a fully foreign language. Where sometimes like if you listen to foreign language sentence the first time you're often like i actually know any what's going on on the gaps between the words are. Yeah yeah yeah Should we read that in modern english for comparison copies. Yeah yeah yeah sure. Let's get out wayne so in the translation. Which i've got in front of me It reads and over. The english channel felix brutus brave on banks and braise founds and fathers britain in splendor. Where mixed in the misty air. Whoa whoa and though off times have dwelt and where he's mingled rain and thunder. So i have a different translation And i literally like dr which you're rating are. I think i should read mine out. Just comparisons so mine raids and fall over the french flood felix. Brutus on many spacious slopes set britain with joy in grace where warren feud and wonder who ruled the realm of space and often glisten blunder by tons of run their rice yet. that's a different thing in tieling. Yeah definitely. I'm not i feel pretty illustrative of the kinds of differences. You see in translation. i know like i read an article From like nineteen thirty. I think i was point. We had i think three ball like prominent translations had been might One of which was jesse westerns on a common with the yeah. The guy was basically reviewing them against each other and with being like this. One really really likes the elimination but like it's really losing a lot of the meaning at like it is. There is attention now. I think it's like very apparent That we had had like it's rhyming and the word is fine with his wonder and the version you at rhonda is thunder. Diversion you at rhymed with blundell like clearly they've gone for the rhyme and therefore that's really affected how the whole thing is structured in what they even decide talk about basically. Yeah yeah so thankfully. That's gonna make a huge difference. To our interpretation of grenada's. I imagine if you were writing a full page that you would get really into the waves on that. We don't have to do that. we'd have to do that today. I think it is worth mentioning. The are that the three of us did read different editions of this. And i don't know that could end up being funny that certain i think so too So in terms of the setting go incentives on a theory myth developed in the twelfth century with all the chivalry coli themes that entails draws heavily on focal trump's. I'll get into one examples that in just a moment but generally the figure of the green nine another supernatural elements disconnected from Can be seen to come from for folktales. The author and setting was well established by the time. The was riding with middle english. Scuola mary barra putting it as follows. The ideal of nightly courage loyalty and courtesy against which the pollens action is to be used was a long established those still viable ideal which had become subject to superficial and even satirical treatment. It may legitimately be compared to the boy. Scout ideal conduct similarly viable in similarly subject to ridicule in our century compassion. I liked that. Yeah that was really interesting really liked gave me a good grounding this feel about how also was felt about like authors basically just superman. Yeah like he's a boy scout he's union side of like all like sincere but also like you know maybe Ridiculing this inch so that's the structure in the setting As we get to the plot. This is where i will mention david. Lowery's the green knight the twenty. Twenty one film adaptation. Which was the impetus for making this episode. Unfortunately the film which i have heard his excellent does not yet have trailing release date so this will be discussing it as adaptation but given. I expect many listeners to seeing the film without having read the text..

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Circle Round

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"sir " Discussed on Circle Round

"When we left off sir luck and to mr riches were bickering. About which one of them was more important. So madam wisdom suggested they take turns giving their gifts to a humble woodcutter then see whether luck or riches made the man happier. Mr riches went i. He gave the woodcutter a glittering gold coin to spend the market. When the woodcutter arrived it was the height of the morning rush. And the place was buzzing and humming with customers. As the woodcutter wove his way through the noisy crowd. He bought a loaf of fresh bread a wheel of cheese and a bottle of wine but just as he was elbowing his way toward the door. Another throng of customers came. Swarming in the woodcutter felt someone bumped his shoulder and before he knew what was happening. His groceries went flying out of his arms and came crashing to the ground. The woodcutter watched as his bottle of wine shattered splattered and his bread and cheese were tripled by hundreds of pairs of feet so carrying nothing but his trusty axe. The woodcutter left the jam-packed market and headed back across the parker toward the forest. There woodcutter. you're not going back to work. Are you aware your groceries. The woodcutter side and told mr riches what had happened. Oh well that's unfortunate from the corner of his eye. Mr riches could see sir luck smirking but no matter. I can offer you a whole different kind of fortune. This time. When mr riches reached into his pocket he pulled out a polka-dotted drawstring purse. This purse is filled to the brim with gold coins. Go back to the market and buy something else. The morning rush should be over by now. So the woodcutter thanked mr riches and took the polka-dotted drawstring purse to the market. But just as he was stepping inside falcon with long pointed wings. Swooped down from the sky seized drawstring person it's talents and flew away so once again carrying nothing but his faithful acts. The woodcutter headed back across the park toward the forest woodcutter. I told you to take that purse and buy things nice things but here. You are empty handed and going back to work. What gives once again. The woodcutters side and told mr riches what had happened. I see not catching many lucky breaks today. Are you mr riches. Heard sir luck chuckling. But not to worry. Mr richards snapped his fingers. And a giant gray stallion came galloping across the park the steeds massive who were fitted with diamond studded horseshoes and just brown. Leather saddlebag was bursting with gold coins. Forget about work friend and forget about the market. Take this horse and bring him and all this money home with you. The woodcutter thanked mr riches and began leading the stallion home but soon after they left the park. A deer king founding across the road and startled the grace down the force jerked his rains out of the woodcutters hands often bolted away on his big diamond studied horse shoes before disappearing into and of trees so yet again carrying nothing but his faithful acts. The woodcutter headed back across the park toward the forest. When mr riches spotted the woodcutter returning he frowned sir. Luck on the other hand grinned. Well pardon the expression but isn't this rich three times. You tried giving riches to that woodcutter and three times. He's come back carrying nothing. But that acts. I suppose you think you can do better. Oh i don't think it sir. Luck hopped up from the bench. I know it sir. Luck pulled a copper coin from his pocket. Hello there sir. How's it going. Listen i'd like to give you this copper coin. The woodcutter scratched his head. Thanks for the offer sir. But i really should get to my chopping. Not so fast sir. Luck laid a hand on the woodcutters shoulder. Listen this copper. Coin may not look like much but it might lead to very great things. All i ask is that you don't do any work today instead. Go home and on the way. Spend this copper coin on the very first thing you see whatever it is. If it's for sale in you can afford it. Buy it the woodcutter thought for a moment all right. Then i'll take your copper coin and spend it on the first thing i see. Thank you as the woodcutter headed home. He came upon a traveling merchant. Who was selling. All sorts of goods silks spices exotic fruits and vegetables. The only item that cost less than one copper coin was not just any rod. Sir tell me do you like all lives. I do well. We all know how time consuming you can be to pick hours by hand right with this rod. Oh you have to do is find an olive tree. Give the tree a good wack in the columbus in juicy as olives will pop right off just like that. So the woodcutter traded his one copper coin. One rod then resumed his trip back home on the way he passed an olive grove and swatted a tree. That was practically exploding with olives. So he picked up his rod and gave the tree. Good luck and sure enough. Dozens of plump juicy olives fell to the ground. But that's not all something else had fallen out of the tree to something much larger that an olive and this something was dotted with a drawstring and filled to the brim with gold coins flow. It's the drawstring purse. The one that man gave me. Before the falcons swiped it out of my hands. What good luck ripping the purse. Extra tight the woodcutter continued on way but then he spied something on the ground horse treks and their enormous. The only horse. I've seen that could leave. Treks that massive. Is that gray stallion. That huge one. That ran away win. Of course the woodcutter followed the horse tracks to an apple orchard and guess who was standing by a tree nibbling all the apples. Give you a hint. He was wearing massive diamond studded horse and carrying a brown leather saddlebag bursting with gold coins. Well looks like we've found each other again buddy now. Little did the woodcutter no but as he led the grey horse back toward his house he was being followed by sir luck and mr riches you see thanks to my good luck. The woodcutter bought that rod. And thanks to that rod. He wax that.

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"sir " Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

My Dad Wrote a Porno

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"sir " Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

"And welcome to my dad. Wrote two point of the footnotes. Now this week is a very special week in the flintstone house old. 'cause it's my dad's birthday week in foul. Yeah it was a week we have birthday. We know i know. I know you just had your birthday week. Weeks run monday to monday. They can actually spread even further. It's been known which days is actual birthday. The official his. It'll be next monday. So i guess technically that would be as birthday. We celebrating now. Yeah we ask. Why age honestly. I've got it wrong. Certain points in my life but i'm pretty sure he'll be sixty-five that sounds about right mementos age. It was because last year greeted him when he woke up to a rendition of the beatles. But i'm sixty four. It's appropriate need sixty four. Yeah so i think it's it feels like his birthday should become some sort of national holiday with people. All over the world will be celebrating rocky flintstone day. We should take it like a holiday. We should take the day off. Is there an international holiday. 'cause obviously we have load known in the uk for having loads of days off compared to other places but is the one where everybody stops does not really not everywhere non-christian countries. If we don't do this. I think say that's modena's places so i mean this could be the thing that unites everybody. I'm just saying we'll be the thing we've been looking for my goodness going to unite the world. And it's quite nice because it's like smack bang in the middle of the year. It's a good time to reflect. Have some rest in the gregorian calendar but there are others alienate people. Of course of course come give joy. It's interesting because i think a great birthday present for dad. I thought we could may be an himmy out here. How much it costs. Well i think for you sir. Practically nothing but your time i've listening. I thought we should try. And get dad an honor a knighthood basically a sir sir or i think if dad could become a night of the rome how amazing would that be always wanted because i think they released a list recently of always wondered how people get on the on his list. Well james i've been doing some research. My god and i found i found. I found the form that you need to fill in to nominate somebody. There is so it's a very democratic process so you can submit this form to the cabinet office and they will determine whether he meets that criteria to become a night. It's an anyone can do this. I think so. I mean i could nominate like one of you. Wouldn't i could like make alyssa dame. Or i think she's more nba level. But yeah while. I'd also attended down because i'm so rebellious and would you progressive. And why thanks. It's more rock-n-roll listener. I mean i hadn't even thought about that. Well if we get a knighthood me says no. He won't say no he blow you okay. So what are the criteria. Okay so on this. It says who deserves an honor. Honest recognize and celebrate outstanding achievements while take. Belinda is an outstanding achievement. I mean there's nothing that even comes close. It's like in some categories. You say it was like sportsperson. You'd be like okay but this is tricky because other people who've achieved similar things to you who else has achieved what he's achieved say. There are always fewer honors than people who deserve them. Because they are they should be reserved for people who and there are two things who have changed things especially by solid practical achievement changed. I mean life is very different. Before cleveland's there i'm the other one is whose work has brought distinction to british life or enhanced the uk's reputation in the area or activity. I mean that's where we could fall down reputation. The i would say we're in the gutter. I mean where where we before. Okay so definitely the works. Change the world distinction to british life. Though because i would say that. A lot of particularly international listeners know about britain through rockies len known you tom bono was before with. Dan isn't distinction mean like class. Though and it's more positive. I don't i don't think people know more about britain. Okay well let's go the protest this ernest. Okay all right. Let's say those are both tick. I think because it's basically an application form. I think we could spend that second one. Yeah i do. I said the most important thing is to provide evidence of what they've done and how they've made it things evident how they've made things better for others. So i think that has made things better for others. He chairs people right. He brings a lot of joy. Yeah so we can put out in the form. We had some quite profound emails about how people have been in dark not great places and rockies turned around exactly do we just send them our email inbox and also. It's almost like this form was made for something about don does stress. The nomination doesn't need to be worried about. It doesn't matter if it's type. Two hundred s pitches doesn't matter if it's your first draft formal. There's no right lend pamphlets or novel. It doesn't matter so you need to give examples of how they've demonstrated outstanding quality and show how your candidate has contributed in a distinctive way to improving the lot of those less able to help themselves. He's very philanthropic man. Jane really is yeah. He loves giving away any money that we've made of not but yeah. I really think that he's been friend. Too many yeah. I think we've got quite a strong case though very good to his fans. Oh yeah. He's not. Quite taylor swift of nicki minaj level of light tank people's college education. But like he's not for if you want to sign booth. We also have to show how he has shown innovation or creativity delivering lasting result. That's easy i mean. These books in themselves are one of a kind never been done before. We always hoped never done again. That's i mean. That's the one where he absolutely excels. And that she when we were no rene saying about the distinction in this field and they're the quality issue but who are we to judge when the likes of michael sheen. You got your emma. Thompson's you've got the damon thompson you got. These people know their shit saying he's a genius so i almost feel like we're just three labs. We don't submit his email signature as the proof. Because it's gonna elbows price on it and as far as innovation. I mean he was. I would argue. Is that the kind of full of the self publishing. Yeah he really knows how to use the novice on account. Oh my god. Please call one of those tickets on his website. That show you how many visitors you've had have you knows technology. And it's a beautiful. Bright yellow good nomination should also describe as vividly and precisely as possible. The difference their contribution has made society so try to answer the following questions. Okay how were things before. They began much better.

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"sir " Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sir " Discussed on Harvard Classics

"In spar decks to prevent the spaniards from annoying us with their clothes fights who then perceiving that we were possessed of their ship still themselves all in hold with their weapons except two or three yonkers which were found before the beats when having light out of our penises we found no danger of the enemy remaining we cut their cables at halls and with our three penises told her without the island into the sound right before the town without beyond the danger of their great shot meanwhile the town having intelligence hereof or by their watch took the alarm rang out there bells shot off about thirty pieces of great ordnance put all their men in a readiness horse foot came down to the very point of the wood and discharged their calendars to impeach us if they might in going forth the next morning the fourteenth of august our ships two frigates in which there were two who called themselves king scrivano the one of cartagena the other of baragua with seven mariners in to negroes who had been at number diaz and we're now bound for cartagena with duplicate letters of advice to certify them to captain drake had been at number two diaz had taken it and had it not been that he was hurt with some blessed shot by all likelihood he had sacked it he was yet still upon the coast they should therefore carefully prepare for him after that are captain had brought all his fleet together at the screen knows entreaties he was content to do them all favor in setting them and all their companies on shore and so bear dance with the islands of saint bernards about three leagues of the town where we found great store of fish for refreshing..

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"sir " Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"sir " Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Sir francis drake revived. Therefore even that afternoon he causes us to set sail for number two diaz so that before sunset we were as far as rio francisco then he led his heart aboard the shore that we might not be described the watchhouse until that being come within two leagues of the point of the bay he caused us to strike a hall and cast are rappers grappling irons writing so until it was dark knight then we wait again and set sail rowing hard aboard the shore with as much silence as we could till we recovered the point of the harbour under the highland there. We stayed all silent purposing to attempt the town in the dining of the day. After that we had reposed ourselves for a while but our captain was the mother of his best men finding that our people were talking of the greatness of the town and what their strength might be especially by the report of the negroes that we took at the isle of pinos thought best to put these conceits out of their heads and therefore to take the opportunity of the rising of the moon. That night persuading them that it was the day dawning by this occasion. We were at the town a large our sooner then. I was purposed for. We arrived there by three of the clock after midnight. At what time. It fortune that ship of spain of sixty tons laden with canary winds and other commodities which had but lately come into the bay and had not yet folder sprit sail. Spn are four penises being an extraordinary number and those rowing with many ors send away her gundel gondola towards the town to give warning but our captain perceiving it cutbacks. Her in the town forcing her to go to the other side of the bay whereby we landed without impeachment although we found one gunner upon the platform battery in the very place where we landed being a sandy place in no ki ki at all not past twenty yards from the houses. There we found six gray pieces of brass ordinance mounted upon their carriages some demi some whole covering we presently dismounted them. The governor fled..

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